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Fire Coordinator and Director of Emergency Management
Chenango County Bureau of Fire
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Matthew Beckwith, fire ...
Matthew Beckwith, fire coordinator for the Chenango County Bureau of Fire, tells the newspaper at least two firefighters were treated for minor injuries.
No other injuries were reported.
says flames were 20 feet high and jumped from treetop to treetop.
Matt Beckwith, Fire ...
Matt Beckwith, Fire Coordinator and Director of Emergency Management for the Chenango County Bureau of Fire said, "It was an intense storm.
Rural communities begin wait for aid
Around the Afton and Bainbridge areas Friday, sections of both communities remained isolated by the flood waters with limited access, said Matt Beckwith, director of Chenango County Emergency Management.
Some Bainbridge residents were able to return home Friday after New York State Electric & Gas Corp.
restored electricity late Thursday.What some found, though, was home, sweet, home filled with mud and water.
"One lady went back home in Bainbridge, but when she
opened the front door, water came gushing out of her
said."Most of the residents have never seen anything like this."
The water in Bainbridge rose to its highest level since 1914, Beckwith
There will be presentations at 8 ...
There will be presentations at 8 p.m. by James Williams representing the Firemen's Association of the State of New York, Chenango County Fire Coordinator Matthew Beckwith, Assemblyman Clifford Crouch and Town of Guilford Councilman George Seneck.
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Soon though the ETA (estimated time of arrival) with the helicopter in Sidney can cut a line right through the middle of the county and be in Otselic Valley in about 12 minutes," said Chenango County Emergency Management Deputy Director Matthew L. Beckwith.
After that hour passes, the chances of survival decrease significantly," said Beckwith
said crews would often put the helicopter on "hot standby" when responding to a serious medical emergency and the first crews on the scene decide if there's a need for air transport.
What can literally happen is the helicopter service can be hovering over the scene at about the same time the crews are starting to cut people free," said Beckwith